- FigJam is Figma's new digital whiteboarding tool.
- Anyone with can edit access in a FigJam file can change colors.
Color is a valuable tool that can be used in FigJam to visually communicate your ideas.
FigJam comes with a default color palette and currently does not support custom colors. You'll notice that the base colors vary slightly depending on the object it is applied to:
- Red - #F24E1E
- Yellow - #FFC700
- Green - #0FA958
- Blue - #699BF7
- Violet - #9747FF
- Brown - #D27C2C
- Charcoal - #545454
- White - #FFFFFF
Apply colors to objects
Once an object is selected and you would like to modify its color, you can select the Color dropdown from the toolbar:
Selecting multiple objects with mixed colors and changing the color of the new selection will override any previously applied colors.
Modifying the color of a sticky note on the board will change the default color of the Sticky note tool in the toolbar. It does not affect the color of pre-existing stickies.
The new default color will be applied to all future sticky notes until the color is changed again.
Modifying the color of a shape on the board will change the default color of the Shape tool in the toolbar. It does not affect the color of pre-existing shapes.
Just like sticky notes, the new default color will be applied to all future shapes until the color is changed again.
When a shape's fill property is removed, the shape border is still shown. The border color of a shape cannot be modified independently of the shape's color.
Changing the color of a connector will change the background color of the connector text when the Text background property is applied.
The new default color will be applied to all future connectors until the color is changed again.
Text colors within a sticky note, shape or connector cannot be modified.
Unlike the text in shapes, stickies and connectors, text objects created with the Text tool can take on different colors. However, changing the color of one text object will not apply the same styling to future text objects.
Attempting to change the color of a substring within a text object will modify all text color in the same object. The default color for a new text object is always Charcoal.
You can change the stroke color of the marker and highlighter tools by clicking it in the toolbar and selecting a color from the palette:
The stroke color can also be modified after drawing by selecting the stroke and choosing a color from the toolbar.